The art of shooting Black and White Photography has changed with the introduction of digital cameras. Many people convert their images to Black and White in the post process but very few shoot with Black and White in mind from the beginning
Elvira was a lot of fun to shoot. Not bad for a Red Head.
Nice Birdie Here is my lighting diagram. A bit confusing now that I look at it again…
I enjoy using reflectors when shooting on location but I find it’s a bit restrictive. There are many things that can be done with a couple of reflectors alone but so many more options open up when you just add one strobe head.
I do love living in Southern California. Our snow is plastic. Here is my lighting diagram and set sketch. Very crazy. This is a production still of the set up.
Happy New Year. Nothing beats a cat with a Champaign bottle. The cat and the bottle was done in one shot. The hat was stripped in.
I do love making fun of Santa. Some people wont know what that apparatus is that he is hung up on. Its a TV antenna for those born ofter 1976. This was the sketch form my sketch book. At first I was going to have him flying by but it morphed into him being […]
Santa had a little to much Eggnog for Christmas. This was a crazy large set. I love this stuff.
In this Slanted Lens tutorial we are going to show you how to build a snow falling rig and then how to light falling show. I have seen many snow falling rigs in Hollywood over the years and all of them were made by a special effect house.
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